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122 Calistoga Rd. #332
Santa Rosa, CA

707-538-7768 or 

Motorcyclist Rider Course 2020:

(see “info” for details about the Motorcycle Training Course)

Under Age 21 See California Law -Note Below....................... $295.00

                                                 Age 21 and Over..........................$325.00

Note: California State law says that if you are under the age of 21,
Motorcyclist Training Course is mandatory by the State of California

to be a licensed motorcycle rider.
under the age of 18 must have parent or legal guardian consent

signed on registration paperwork.

Credit / Debit Cards, Money Orders, Personal Checks, PAY PAL accepted.

Or you can  call the office to sign up. 707-538-7768

THERE ARE NO REFUNDS. You are paying for a reserved space in class.

If you do not attend, we cannot put another student in your space.

Consequently, there are no refunds.

If you need to reschedule, please call at least four days prior to class.

No shows and late cancellations will be charged a $50.00 re-booking fee,

and will be re-scheduled on a standby basis only.

STEP 1.  read All of the information on this page

  1. Register for a Motorcycle Training class

  2. at the Cloverdale Citrus Fair Site

  3. in Cloverdale, California.

  1. Register for a Motorcycle Training class

  2. at the Redwood Acres Fairgrounds site

  3. in Eureka, California.

STEP 2.  Sign UP (register on line using our site secure form)

just click on a button above

To browse the class schedules click HERE

Or, if you prefer, You can call the office to sign up, 

Office hours are M-F 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM.   ph: 707-538-7768.

If a class you are interested in is full, you can call to be placed

on the waiting list in case we get a last minute cancellation.

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Redwood Region Motorcycle Training


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  1. 1.have the ability to ride a bicycle

  2. 2.Be very comfortable balancing on two wheels.

Balance and hand coordination are essential skills for safe motorcycling. Students who are unable to balance on two wheels will be asked to leave and encouraged to practice on a bicycle for several months.

They can return on a standby basis only. If it has been more than a year since you have ridden a two-wheeled vehicle, please practice before coming to class.

Remember, Motorcycles are MUCH heavier than bicycles, while some people make it look easy, riding a motorcycle is very physically demanding.

We cannot teach you to ride if you cannot easily balance on two wheels.

Understanding of RISK

NOTE: ALL Students Ride at their own risk.

Motorcycling has inherent risks and while we do everything we can to make our courses among the safest, RRMT cannot be held liable for injury or accident. We teach safety. It’s what we do best.

Questions? contact us at 707-538-7768

Thank you for your interest in Redwood Region Motorcycle Training.

We look forward to meeting you at one of our training sites.